Friday, November 8, 2013

Cabela's groundwork under way. Surya project worth $32 million. Harbin gets first OK for corporate campus. Frost advisory until 9 a.m.; 45 at kickoff tonight; more cold on the way. Norman's No Nos: LSU to test Tide? Later today: Bartow jail reports.

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Groundwork starts on Cabela's in Acworth off I-75 and U.S. 92.
Surya plant due in Cartersville worth $32 million; first phase due in a year.
Harbin Clinic gets unanimous OK for new corporate center off Technology Parkway.
Single-family home sales in Greater Rome down in October but year-to-date numbers still ahead of 2012.

Longtime community banker Rob McGehee dies.

Marketing and Social Media class set by Small Business Development Center Nov. 21

Today's Buzz:
-Santa due at the mall tonight at 6. Saint Mary's Youth Yard Sale on Saturday. St. Peter's plans arts, antiques market.
Public Health restaurant inspections
-No reports from Floyd, Bartow counties on Thursday.
Ware Mechanical forecast:
-Bundle up for tonight's game; kickoff forecast: 45 degrees. Another blast of arctic air due midweek.
Today's jail reports.
Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos:
-Tide will be tested, maybe for the first time this year, by LSU
John McClellan's high school picks:  Lots of 'what ifs' in last week of the regular season
Links to radio coverage, post-game shows on this final night of high school football's regular season.
High School Football Daily: Darlington drops to no. 5 in Class A/Private power rankings (determines playoff spot). Cedartown's Nick Chubb leads state rushers.
Shorter at  
the University of West Alabama Saturday at 8 p.m. Game notes, preview.
Berry's season 
finale at 2 p.m. Saturday, Barron Stadium, vs. Sewanee. Game preview.
Rome Middle School sixth, seventh grade football teams bring playoffs to Barron Stadium Saturday evening.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:   

-Friday: Sunny, high of 61, low of 33. Kickoff forecast: 45 degrees, slight breeze.

-Saturday: Sunny, high of 64, low of 40. Berry kickoff forecast: 62 degrees, winds at 6 mph..

-Sunday: Mostly sun, high of 67, low of 39.

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-Please join our guests Friday including: 

-Britt Madden Jr. of Madden Consultingon updates on next week's Northwest Georgia Career Expo.

-Berry Vikings Football Coach Tony Kunczewski on Satuday's season finale and what's ahead in the off-season for the team.

-Rome City Commissioner-elect Wendy Davis on her election and what her goals are as a commissioner.

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